Dulea, M., Karaivanova, A., Oulas, A., Liabotis, I., Stojiljkovic, D., Prnjat, O. (Eds.)
2014, X, 171 p. 88 illus., 24 illus. in color.
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Recent advances in high-performance computing and network operations for computational physics, computational chemistry and life sciences
Post-proceedings of HP-SEE User Forum 2012, held in Belgrade, Serbia on October 17-19, 2012
Written by leading experts in the field
This book is a collection of carefully reviewed papers presented during the HP-SEE User Forum, the meeting of the High-Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europe’s (HP-SEE) Research Communities, held in October 17-19, 2012, in Belgrade, Serbia. HP-SEE aims at supporting and integrating regional HPC infrastructures; implementing solutions for HPC in the region; and making HPC resources available to research communities in SEE, region, which are working in a number of scientific fields with specific needs for massively parallel execution on powerful computing resources. HP-SEE brings together research communities and HPC operators from 14 different countries and enables them to share HPC facilities, software, tools, data and research results, thus fostering collaboration and strengthening the regional and national human network; the project specifically supports research groups in the areas of computational physics, computational chemistry and the life sciences. The contributions presented in this book are organized in four main sections: computational physics; computational chemistry; the life sciences; and scientific computing and HPC operations.